Bringing Supporters Together!

It’s just too early on a Saturday morning to be in tears, again. This time, it wasn’t Barack Obama talking that brought tears to my eyes, it was the sound of sincerity from Hillary Clinton as she spoke to her own supporters and constituents to support Barack.

She encouraged a huge room full of her own supporters to direct “our energy, our passion, our strength” to help elect Barack Obama the next President of the United States.

My eyes were glued to the crowd for facial expressions and to the sounds of the cheers. If there were any negative responses, they were certainly drowned out.

“Today, I am standing with Senator Barack Obama to say, ‘Yes we can!’

Yes, we can. The battle starts now!

Mahalo to MSNBC’s camera people for a job well done and to their news people for the great coverage. Mahalo to BarackObama.com for giving us a place to think out loud!

Supporters or just those who are curious about the Democratic candidate, go here and check it out!

Citizens of Hawaii are being encouraged to join in and write to our Super Delegates this evening at 6 pm.  Follow this link for details. We gave Barack 76% of our support in February, let’s take 100% to November!

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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Rod // Jun 10, 2008 at 11:34 pm

    Sincerity! You’ve got to be kidding!! Were you watching the same news conference that I was? Excuse me, but that chick was as sincere as a recovering alcoholic sitting at a bar staring at a bottle of Chevas Regal! You could see it in her face; that was probably the hardest and most difficult thing she ever had to do. How many people do you know that would use $20 million of their own money to get a job that pays $400,000 a year? It makes no sense. I think Evelyn you’re being a little too nice and giving her a little too much credit. As of today, even after she so-called conceded this past Saturday (though I never heard her actually say the word), she still has not released her delegates to the Obama camp. Sorry, but I still don’t trust that biach! Oh I get it now. Your tears were probably of her finally leaving the scene, right? Did I just hit the nail on the head? OBAMA FOR PRESIDENT!!!

  • 2 Evelyn // Jun 11, 2008 at 6:40 am

    That’s quite a bit of fire, Rod. I thought I was the passionate one. Hmmm… I know she’s still keeping the delegates in her corner until August. We’ll see what happens. I haven’t seen her step up to the plate for Obama yet either, but then again, she did take a vacation.

  • 3 Kuanyin // Jun 19, 2008 at 1:17 pm

    Checking in with ya. I see you’re missing since early June—maybe on vacation, uh?

  • 4 Evelyn // Jun 20, 2008 at 9:31 am

    Hey girl! Thank you, Kuanyin, for checking! That’s very sweet and I really do appreciate it. I’ve been trying to deal with family concerns, been sick myself and I’m trying to get this ball rolling!

    Some of my stories are overdue, but, still worth sharing. 🙂

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